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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.29.2009
In This Issue:
  • New middle-class community at Hunter's Point South to be crowned with expansive park
  • Superfund or Sponge Park for Gowanus Canal?
  • City aims to salvage stalled luxury units for middle class
  • GSA taps architecture adviser to lead design excellence
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  • Financing and finesse help sell in Harlem
  • DBGB by Thomas Schlesser of Design Bureaux
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  • Advocates say energy bill could transform U.S. building efficiency
  • Two architecturally significant projects emerge from Cornell's building freeze
  • Council OK's rezoning plan, reshaping swath of southwest Bronx
  • Construction set for Kahn-designed Roosevelt Island memorial
  • Morphosis' new building for Cooper Union packs a punch
  • Finalists named to remake Delaware River waterfront
  • Never sexy but impossible to ignore, access flooring has come a long way, offering options for data, air, and cable installations that are sleeker, tougher, more accommodating and more flexible than ever -- and even easier on the eyes.